From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Burnout (1979, USA) is a Carsploitation film directed by Abraham Meech-Burkestone.


Main Details

  • Released in 1979
  • Color
  • Running Time: 90 Min.
  • Distributed by Crown International Pictures
  • Directed by Abraham Meech-Burkestone
  • Written by Martin J. Rosen
  • Starring Mark Schneider, Bob Louden, John Zenda
  • Produced by Roger Mende, Martin J. Rosen
  • Original Music by Peter Dobson, Jack Miller
  • Cinematography by H. Paul Savage
  • Film Editing by Skip Newman, H. Paul Savage


  • The Fastest Dragsters... The Wildest Women... And A Driver Who Had To Have Them Both!


Troubled teenager Scott aspires to be a professional drag race car driver. Scott makes several faltering attempts to break into the world of drag racing with the help of his affluent businessman father Jeff. Undaunted, Scott decides to spurn Jeff's advice by branching out on his own by going on the road as a gopher for a successful drag race car driver. (TMDB)

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